Emergence of a Novel Avian Pox Disease in British Tit Species

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Lawson, Becki; Lachish, Shelly; M. Colvile, Katie; Durrant, Chris; M. Peck, Kirsi; P. Toms, Mike; C. Sheldon, Ben; A. Cunningham, Andrew;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0040176
  • Subject: Biotechnology | Cell Biology | emergence | species | pox | british | tit | avian
    mesheuropmc: viruses | virus diseases

<div><p>Avian pox is a viral disease with a wide host range. In Great Britain, avian pox in birds of the Paridae family was first diagnosed in a great tit (<em>Parus major</em>) from south-east England in 2006. An increasing number of avian pox incidents in Paridae have... View more
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